L&C Magazine | Winter 2003
On Palatine Hill
- Student at U.N. World Summit
- Entropy, Lewis & Clark’s literary magazine for the 2000-01 academic year, competed against more than 100 colleges and universities from throughout the nation to win the 2002 National Program Directors’ Prize for Undergraduate Literary Magazines for content.
- John Horn ’83, MAT ’90, principal of Portland’s Kelly Elementary School, arrives at work around 6:30 a.m. and often doesn’t leave until 12 hours later.
- Two programs in Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education have attracted the interest of the U.S. Department of Education—to the tune of about $2 million.
- A recently constructed roundabout directs vehicles past the law school’s new entrance near Terwilliger Boulevard and Palater Road.
- Rogers Scholars
- The gecko’s remarkable climbing ability has puzzled scientific minds for centuries—until now, that is.
- Elise Jones-Landry ’03 spent much of last summer closeted in a second-floor laboratory in the Olin Center for Physics and Chemistry, observing the chemical interaction between iron and various clays.
- Residence Hall Dedication
- Explore centuries-old monasteries, Dracula’s castle, and Romania’s Mediterranean landscape with Klaus Engelhardt, professor of French and German, in the summer of 2003.
- International Affairs Symposium
- To educate young citizens about the importance of the Senate’s advice-and-consent function, U.S. Senator Gordon Smith and former U.S. Senators Bob Packwood, George McGovern, Mark Hatfield, Paul Simon, and Eugene McCarthy spoke on campus between October 31 and November 8.
- Do you remember taking classes or visiting professors in Thaxter, Throckmorton, or Edmonds?
- With enthusiasm, energy, and commitment, Professor of French Nicole Aas-Rouxparis has nurtured and challenged her students at Lewis & Clark College for more than a decade.
- Selected from the fourth-largest applicant pool in Lewis & Clark’s history, the class of 2006 is one of the College’s biggest and brightest. Here’s a look at the numbers.
- In recognition of a generous gift from Ronna and Eric Hoffman, Lewis & Clark College has renamed the campus art gallery in the couple’s honor.
- Named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential Americans of the 20th century, consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader addressed a full house in Pamplin Sports Center on October 6.
- Law School Honorees
- Law School Reunion
- Is it possible to pursue a demanding legal career while maintaining a sense of personal balance? It is if you are Kathleen Dailey JD ’84 or Jim Brunberg JD ’03.
- Polyglot, the College’s foreign languages journal, accepts submissions from alumni in addition to undergraduates.
- Is Argentina’s Aconcagua at 22,800 feet the highest peak in the Americas? Or does the honor belong to Bolivia’s magnificent Ancohuma, which many maps show to be 23,200 feet?
- Nearly 200 Pio fans attended the silver anniversary celebration of Lewis & Clark’s Sports Hall of Fame on October 19.
- Faculty Focus & Faculty Newcomers
- This is the winning entry in the Chronicle Student Essay Contest, held this fall. Casey Rose Fagre, from West Glacier, Montana, is a senior majoring in environmental studies. She is the recipient of a Morris K. Udall Foundation
- The College inducted seven sophomores into the Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr. Society of Fellows, the College’s highest honor.
- Chris De Santis ’89
- Kevin Travers ’95
- Sam Drevo ’99
- Dana Plautz ’82
- Lockey White JD ’01
- Merle Marceau MA ’01
- Shawna Sykes ’93